1. That quote was obvious hyperbole.2. That wasn't the only discussion he had with a black person: nationalactionnetwork.net/.../3: So is everyone who spoke at Truman's' funeral now "tainted"?4. The crime bill was passed at a time violent crime rates were both higher than ever before and increasing faster than ever before (context is key).
I’ve never gone back n forth with you and have been wanting to tbh. You up to challenge my views on my most recent question?Republican fiscal policy is superior, can you change my mind? ↗
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A perspective being "publicly acceptable" doesn't necessarily mean it is held by the majority of people in that society.
Back when Joe was born and being raised I think at least there were 50% racist people.
Yeah but we don't focus on views people held when they were children.
Your formative years infant to around 7 years of age and your environmental influences shapes your mentality, feelings and world views.
World views covers a broad range of topics; not necessarily views on race and politics.
I mentioned mentality and feelings too. If you grew up in a era where you see your race clearly superior in Joe's case to black people, family and friends members mocking blacks and laughing together, call them names in the living room or at the dinner table, racist comments on the radio, racist TV shows on the constant etc there's a very high chance that person will be influenced to be a racist.
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